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A brand new RPG “GreedFall” is going to be released with archaic weaponry and combat

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Spiders game studio has given a lot of great games to play like Mars: War Logs and Bound by flame. They are going to release Greedfall in coming September. GreedFall is another RPG game which offers adventure, magic and 17th-century weaponry. The game art style is unique and yeah you can say it is baroque art. A game Trailer for GreedFall is out and it will not disappoint you.

GreedFall

Lately, a lot of games use their time-period as medieval, but this game has used the cliché setting more fascinatingly. The game is set in dark under-tones and filled with amazing graphics.

When the game starts, players get the freedom to customize their characters. There are several options to choose from. As a player, you will arrive at the island and make allies and fight. For that, you have to have some starting skills, talents, and attributes. There are variations of talents your character can delve into.

Finally, coming to the most engaging part of the adventure role-playing game, combating has its two forms, either indulge in the melee with rapier or riposte with flair or if you don’t want that, then you can make use of magic and several traps using devastating spells.

In combat style, your character can be specialized in one combat or he can be equally equipped to every combat. You have to learn a little bit of everything to survive. Your actions in the game will shape your future.

To avoid direct combat, myriad options of pistols, bombs, and poisons are available at the battlefield. GreedFall provides you with hundreds of customizable swords, weapons, armor, and clothing.

While exploring and going for a quest, open combat or fight is not the only option available; you can make use of diplomacy, stealth, and intelligence. Players will go for combat with their group of three. You can choose with whom you want to fight, but always keep in mind; they also have their motives, goals.

The game will be releasing on 10th September 2019 and will be available on Playstation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft windows.

With a knack for storytelling, Evan started News Brig about a year ago. Covering substantial topics under the Sports,, he helps information seep in deeper with creative writing and content management skills.

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Kareena Kapoor Khan Shares Pics of the ‘Pataudi Family Tree’ Made By Niece Inaaya Naumi Kemmu!

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Inaaya Naumi Kemmu (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Since Kareena Kapoor Khan has joined Instagram, her fans are totally thrilled with her feed. The Bollywood actress keeps it simple, homely and non-glam when it comes to her posts. She often posts about her family members and friends on the app. Recently, she shared beautiful pictures featuring her niece, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. The prettty daughter of Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu flaunted her ‘Pataudi family tree’ picture.

In the snaps shared by the diva, we can see Inaaya holding the adorable family tree art that she made. She pasted the pictures of her family members. Mini snaps of her parents, Kareena, Saif Ali Khan, Taimur Ali Khan, Ibrahim Ali Pataudi, Sara Ali Khan along with others are seen here. ‘My beautiful niece’ wrote Kareena. Check out the snaps below.

Kareena’s Post:

Well, all was not rosy for Bebo for a while now as her latest Instagram posts created quite a stir. Her post supporting ‘Black Lives Matter’ did not go down well with some, as she kept mum regarding the issues burning in India. Post receiving backlash for selective outrage, she subtly responded by sharing ‘All Lives Matter’ posts and also one on the Nisarga Cyclone in Mumbai. It seems like the actress is over the negative response and is basking into some fam time already! Also, when will fans get to see adorable pics of Bebo and Inaaya together?

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Jaime King claims she was arrested during peaceful LA protest

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Jaime King claims she was arrested during peaceful LA protest

Actress Jaime King says she was arrested while peacefully protesting police brutality following George Floyd’s death in Los Angeles on Tuesday night.

“Currently arrested for a peaceful protest,” King, 41, tweeted around 10:30 p.m. PT. “Writing in handcuffs in back of bus. EVERYONE WAS PEACEFUL. – Jaime and the rest of my sisters on this bus. 77th precinct.”

She updated her followers over an hour later, “Currently still on the bus for over 4 hours. Took us from 77th precinct to San Pedro. Women w/no access to vital meds, bathrooms, bleeding through their pants. They are laughing at us. #BlackLivesMattter.”

King’s rep did not immediately get back to us.

Earlier on Tuesday, ahead of Los Angeles County’s 6:00 p.m. curfew

, King was spotted protesting outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house in Hancock Park.

The model has actively been using her social media platforms to support Black Lives Matter and posted a photo of herself and her friend, Krystina Arielle Tigner, as a way to “amplify her voice” on Tuesday ahead of the protests.

“She uses her own platform to bring awareness to the struggles that she and other Black people face on a daily basis,” King captioned the photo. “Black voices matter, black stories matter, and black lives matter. How we use our voices and our platforms is important. It isn’t enough to just say black lives matter and go back to our carefully curated social media squares. We have to use our influence to uplift and raise the voices of those that can change the world.”

She continued, “It’s a privilege to be able to walk out the door without fear that you won’t walk back in because the color of your skin was seen as a threat. It’s a privilege to have the platform that I have and to be able to be heard. I will never know firsthand the experiences of Existing while black. I will never send my sons out the door with the fear that they’ll become a hashtag movement because their skin color was seen as a threat.”

King shares two sons, James, 6, Leo, 4, with her estranged husband Kyle Newman. The couple is currently in the midst of a divorce.

King is not the only celebrity to take part in peaceful protests. “Riverdale” star Cole Sprouse was arrested at a Los Angeles protest earlier in the week, while Keke Palmer urged the National Guardsmen to join in on a George Floyd protest on Tuesday.

January Jones and her son Xander, 8, also joined in on a protest.

Singer Madison Beer said she was tear-gassed at a Santa Monica protest and Halsey said she was hit by police pellets and was “gassed” during a Los Angeles-based protest as well.

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K-pop fans troll #WhiteLivesMatter posts, drown out racist tweets

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K-pop fans troll #WhiteLivesMatter posts, drown out racist tweets

On Wednesday morning, #WhiteLivesMatter was trending on Twitter — but not for the reason many first assumed.

K-pop fans are mobilizing online this week for the #BlackLivesMatter movement by drowning out racist posts with flashy, cheerful “fancam” videos of BTS and other Korean performers.

BTS’s so-called ARMY and fans of other K-pop artists are known for regularly descending on viral tweets with pop propaganda. This week, they’ve mostly targeted vilifying or insulting posts that used the slogan White Lives Matter, which the Anti-Defamation League has linked to white supremacist groups.

The hordes eventually expanded their trolling to social-media posts tagged #BlueLivesMatter and #MAGA as well.

The fans are likely based in the US, as fans in Korea are less involved in Twitter, according to Variety.

“Hope the white supremacists who wanted to trend this burn in hell,” said one fan

, who posted a clip of a music video by BTS along with the #WhiteLivesMatter hashtag.

“#WhiteLivesMatters fun fact Im Nayeon from South Korean girl group Twice hunts and eats white people for breakfast!!” tweeted a Twice fan with a clip of the superstar practicing her archery skills.

Given how fast the K-pop stans descended on #WhiteLivesMatter, some believe the groups created brand-new Twitter handles just to amplify their cause.

K-pop fans and their peers pulled a similar stunt earlier this week, after the Dallas Police Department asked the city to send them videos of “illegal activity from the protests,” using an app called iWatch Dallas. The fans responded by inundating the service with GIFs, video clips and images from K-pop entertainers, the cultish Nintendo game “Animal Crossing” and anime, the Verge reported on Monday.

They were also sure to tank the app’s ratings on Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

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